32nd Annual Meeting
October 29 – November 3, 2017
The Westin Charlotte
Charlotte, North Carolina, USA
Vivek G. Badami, Zygo Corporation
Let’s Meet in Charlotte!
The American Society for Precision Engineering (ASPE) is thrilled to be hosting its 32nd Annual Meeting in the beautiful state of North Carolina, headquarters to ASPE in the state’s capital, Raleigh. Raleigh is also home to North Carolina State University’s Precision Engineering Consortium, a multidisciplinary research activity emphasizing metrology, innovative precision fabrication processes, and real-time process control. Charlotte, North Carolina is home-base to the Center for Precision Metrology, an interdisciplinary association of UNC Charlotte faculty and student researchers, allied with industrial partners in the research, development and integration of precision metrology as applied to manufacturing.
ASPE welcomes Dr. Ir. Jelm Franse, ASML Veldhoven, The Netherlands and Mr. Ken Bogursky, ASML Wilton, CT USA to deliver the Keynote Address, which will kickoff the 32nd Annual Meeting on Monday evening, October 30. In the following days, the program will bring attendees everything they need for their precision engineering endeavors – the latest technical research, unparalleled education opportunities through tutorials taught by experts in the field, commercial vendors that can help achieve high precision results for whatever the challenge, and of course, ample opportunities to build meaningful professional connections. The Fourth Annual Student Challenge will be the best one yet, bringing together students to learn and become a part of this close-knit community of precision engineers.
Join us in Charlotte to continue the 32 year-old tradition of promoting the future of manufacturing by advancing precision engineering through supporting education and encouraging the development and application of precision principles.
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